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've been waiting for. mom had a guaranteed acceptance life insurance policy through the colonial penn program, and this will really help with the cost of her final expenses. is it affordable? it costs less than 35 cents a day-- that's pretty affordable, huh? that's less than the cost of a postage stamp. so, you said it was guaranteed acceptance? yes. it's for people ages 50 to 85. there's no medical exam or health questions. you can't be turned down because of your health. it fit right into mom's budget and gave her added peace of mind. you should give them a call. man: are you between the ages of 50 and 85? for less than 35 cents a day, you can get guaranteed acceptance life insurance through the colonial penn program. you cannot be turned down because of your health. there are no health questions or medical exam. your rate will never go up, and your benefit will never go down due to age-- guaranteed! these days, the average cost of a funeral >> pelley: the housing market is continuing to recover. is america's realtors reported ales ofales of existing homes isse nearly 6% last month.
probably penn, gave him magic seeds. >> gretchen: is that the one at that talks? >> brian: penn does talk. >> steve: magic seeds. >> gretchen: what was the name of the girlfriend of rudolph? clarice? >> brian: i think cindy. >> gretchen: clarice. >> brian: could not fly. like rudolph for who he was, not what his nose did. >> steve: so to speak. >> gretchen: okay. luckily rudolph found a very good thing to do with that nose and that's why santa comes every christmas. let's get to your headlines now beginning with the fox news alert. it's like something out of a hollywood movie. two inmates using bed sheets to escape from prison. the convicted bank robbers tied the sheets together and scurried down 17 stories to freedom. look at this. this is the rope dangling outside of the federal loop jail in chicago. kenneth conley and joseph banks shoved piles of clothes under their sheets before breaking the window and tying the sheets to the bars of their cell. it's believed no one noticed they were gone. not one, not two hours, no. nine hours! they're still on the loose right now. >>> in a few hours
absolutely know for a fact there are some young scientists, including places like harvard and penn who made career decision was respect to certain fields because they feel as though there may not be a future in those fields. >> we have time for a number of questions. somebody have a -- >> i just want to jump in. to what glenn said i do think when we talk about what the government has to do in the upcoming let's say year, two years, i do think obviously getting over the fiscal cliff the deal, getting closer to balancing the budget, which i think is still very important in the mindset of businesses and this government, that we learn to do that. but i do hope because of all the discussion that tax reform is something that is taken seriously for this year. i think it's well overdue. it's been posited as something that should be done now. it's obviously doesn't have time to do it before december 31. i think that there's a real opportunity to make a lot of the changes that we have talked with through -- about through tax reform. and it will give businesses a lot of the assurances they need that t
in the country, do not passenger traffic at penn station in new york has in the same day. try it. it is really a delight to go through the space that you have to. >> i traveled through penn station every day, and i realize it is a critical piece of infrastructure. >> absolutely. want to ask mr. once deeweins, this is a question in the news and a question about whether restoring the real cars, these rail yards, which experienced severe damage, and what prompted the decision to restore rail cars at those sites? >> yes, mr. chairman. the decision to put the equipment in this box, first of all, the maintenance complex in carney has at any given time a couple hundred cars they're lined up for inspection, maintenance, repair, and all that. in making the decisions where we put equipment, and we put in about 20 locations around the state, in real yards in three states, york, pennsylvania, and in our own state, but based on the information that we had, in terms of what the likelihood flooding occurring at the meadowlands maintenance complex or act the part of hoboken terminal where the hoboken yard whe
. the findings considered very preliminary are already being presented by penn's research team. >>> secondary assault charges filed against two university of colorado boulder students accused of bringing marijuana laced brownies to class. five classmates and their unsuspecting professor were sickened when they ate the brownies. the two students are behind bars and facing possible jail time. last month colorado voters approved the recreational use and possession of small amounts of marijuana. >>> so since friday morning, people in houston have been talking about a strange fireball seen streaking through the morning sky. was it falling space junction or maybe a ufo? probably not. nasa's bill cook says it was a meteor, most likely a fragment from an asteroid belt. while cook says it was not associated with the geminid meteor showers, which are expected to peak on december 13th and 14th. as the x-files say, the trullingt truth is out there, soledad. >> and it's a meteor rushing toward earth. >> near earth. >> i feel better about that. >>> we thought that politics would have ended maybe with the e
today. bed bath the worst performer. mentioned that earlier. kohl's, macy's, target, penne, game stop, nordstrom. des started off a little soft. if claims spike up a bit, maybe the month doesn't end the way some people wish it had. >> gift cliff, way too warm, natural gas, what was the statistic you gave, an anti-retail statistic. >> about new york city? >> yeah. >> 2012 on track to be the warmest on record. average temp, i think 57. 57 degrees. >> i don't wear north face when it is 57. >> our ugg boots. >> i think north face -- >> i don't wear ugg boots in any season. >> but do you have a combination of sandy taking out a lot of november, warm weather, what i call the gift cliff, falling off the gift cliff. we need some cold weather between now and next week. just -- >> coat sales? >> no, because clothing sales, remember if you are a department store, you take in all of these warm coats, you're going to have to discount them, sweaters, discount them. that's whyry think these things -- >> yeah. the plain states are finally going to get some snow. chicago, michigan, all those midwester
are already being presented by penn's research team. they use disabled hiv virus to help deliver these cells into the system. it's amazing technology showing incredible promise. >> that will be quite a breakthrough. >>> 16 minutes past the hour. the state of florida is considering a way to change plans the way college students are charged tuition. governor rick scott wants to charge each student according to their major. christine romans is going to love this. engineers, scientists and technology experts are in demand, students with those majors would pay less than students majoring in disciplines like history, philosophy, or even english. i don't know how i feel about that. the idea is to steer kids towards fields where there is the most need. they'll take up the idea during the next legislation. >> it's innovative, but for humanities majors like me, is it fair to pay more to study that stuff? but, you know, you have to -- >> i'm sure they'll debate this. >>> head to our blog, c cnn.com/earlystart. >> so if the faa's ban on smart phones in the air have you frustrated, you have an ally in wa
of depression and we know that one study in 2004 out of penn state university said that adolescents who played sports are eight times more likely to be active in sports at age 24 as adolescents who do not play sports. so in a nation we have a real interesting getting and keeping as many kids active in sports in their teenage years as possible. at the same time, we have another set of statistics we have to contend with particularly as it relates to the sport of football. you know i worked for espn and we recently conducted a survey of parents and 58% of those with suns younger than age 15 say they were cole very concerned about youth with all injuries. nearly one in five discouraged their sons from playing the game. foot wall has the highest concussion rate in sports along with hockey, and you have a lot of parents, a lot of people are wondering chico is this a game that is safe for my kid? should i introduce them to at? what are the short-term consequences? what are the long-term health consequences? so the central question we are going to be looking at today is how can football, the instituti
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)